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Who's holding the shovel?
(Info as of 8/13/2017) 

Reporting Area Trail Conditions - "Who ya gonna call?"

Click the button below to see a complete list of local trails and who to contact regarding trail conditions, problems, etc.

Construction - Path Maintenance Contacts 

Area Trail conditions

Tulsa River Parks provides a Trail Conditions web page ... check it out for all the latest info on River Parks Trails.

River Parks Trail Conditions


INCOG Area Trails Guide provides a more extensive reference for all area trails and includes construction updates.


INCOG Area Trails Guide


North Lewis between 36th and 46th Street North

Reconstruction of this one mile stretch of Lewis will begin Dec of 2016 and will take about 18 months.   The road is one lane in each direction   

23rd Street overpass construction between SW Blvd and W 21st St

Open - 1 lane each direction

Closure on Garnett between Pine and Apache Construction is nearly complete.  During construction you can take Mingo. 
RiverParks East Bank Trail
The East Bank trail is closed from 27th St to 35th St until mid 2018   They change frequently.. In late summer reconstruction of 31st Street between Riverside and Peoria will begin.    The 4 lane road will be replaced with two lanes for autos, bike lanes and sidewalks.

Washington Irving Park - Bixby
 Repair work on the restroom damaged by fire had begun

Cincinnati Ave bridge over the BA expressway
The bridge from downtown into Maple Ridge is closed for work on the south end of the IDL.    Expect this to be a long term closure

New chip and seal
There is new chip and seal on 56th St North between Mingo and Yale.
There is new chip and seal on Skyline Drive between 41st Street and 51st Street
There is new ship and seal on Havard between 76th Street and 96th Street North

Sand Springs River City Park
The trail by the soccer fields has reopened.  



There's a short detour just south of the Southwest Blvd bridge.    They are building a retaining wall for the trail to go under Southwest Blvd.